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Re: Totem/GStreamer and Fedora

On Wed, 2004-10-06 at 23:10 +0200, Ronald S. Bultje wrote:
> Hi,
> Today, the GStreamer team has released new versions of their GStreamer
> core and plugins. Also, Bastien Nocera has released a new version of
> Totem, which features a largely rewritten GStreamer backend, amongst
> others. There has been a news posting about this on gnomedesktop.org.
> We're convinced that the current combination of these is the best
> legally shippable playback application that has been created so far. It
> might not match mplayer yet, but it's pretty, stable, extensible [1],
> fits well with the rest of the GNOME desktop and, not unimportant, it
> will playback quite a few movies and webstreams by default already
> (Ogg/Theora, in particular). Also, it's actively developed and
> maintained by a large amount of developers (look at the GStreamer
> plugins contributor list, for example).
> How would you guys feel about including this in Fedora Core? It would
> add a missing piece to the desktop. We're also considering to propose
> Totem for inclusion in GNOME 2.10.

I updated rawhide to the latest gstreamer and gstreamer-plugins (not
pushed yet) and built a package for totem. All required rpms are at:


Can people test this and see if it works well?

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